(CNN Money) Wimbledon prize money will be worth much less to American players this year because of Brexit.
Venus Williams will play in the ladies' final on Saturday, while Sam Querrey needs to win on Friday to reach the men's final Sunday.
If either go on to win the singles tournament this weekend, they'll take home $2.8 million each when they convert their prize money back into U.S. dollars.
Back in 2015, the last tournament before the Brexit vote, champions Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic won the equivalent of $2.9 million.
Wimbledon isn't trying to save money. The All England Club, which runs the tournament, has actually upped the top prize to a new record high: £2.2 million compared to £2 million last year, and £1.88 million in 2015.